Pamela Bach, who recently had her SCRAM bracelet removed after serving 13 days of a 90-day sentence for DUI and breaking probation last May, received a positive progress report in court on Thursday, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Her case was moved along in the system after she provided proof of completing her court-ordered SCRAM period and alcohol education program.
"During today's appearance, the court was thoroughly impressed by Pamela Hasselhoff's full compliance with the conditions of her sentence, and her humility and preparation," her spokesperson, Dominic Friesen, exclusively told RadarOnline.com.
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"She maintains a perfect attendance record in her alcohol education classes and court appearances. Pamela has reached a good place in life and maintains her commitment as a full-time mother and is also currently fielding a variety of TV and film offers."
Bach must now appear back in court on November 16.
Her ex-husband David Hasselhoff has been hospitalized multiple times as a result of severe intoxication during the past few years, as RadarOnline.com has reported exclusively.